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Law on Money Laundering via Cryptocurrency

Poppy Morandin.   A man who is alleged to have directed a money laundering criminal syndicate which converted over five million dollars’ worth of Bitcoin into cash, has been arrested and charged by police. The New South Wales Crime Command’s Cybercrime Squad established Strike Force Curns in order to investigate criminal syndicates involved in cyber-enabled ...continue reading

Law and Penalties for Using Explosive Substances or Corrosive Fluids in NSW

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh.   Police in Perth are currently appealing to the public in order to track down a man who allegedly attacked an Indigenous woman and her daughter with a makeshift flamethrower. The man is said to have had a white swastika painted on his forehead, and is described as fair skinned, ...continue reading

Legal Consequences of Non-Payment of a Road Toll in NSW

Image by Rose Makin Poppy Morandin.    Revenue from Sydney road tolls has bounced back considerably for the country’s biggest private road operator, as the public avoids public transport. Despite recording a statutory loss of $448 million at its mid-year results on Thursday, toll revenue grew by more than 7 per cent in Sydney alone, ...continue reading

Legal Consequences of Possessing Child Abuse Material

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A former relief teacher from South Australia who was caught with over 40 images and videos of child exploitation/abuse material will never teach children again, a court has been told. Dylan McCrossin, 39, appeared before Adelaide’s District Court on Wednesday 24 February 2021 for a pre-sentencing hearing after pleading ...continue reading

What the Law Says if You Attempt to Help Someone Escape the Country to Avoid Attending Court

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A mother from central Queensland has been sentenced to four years behind bars for her role in helping her son escape Australia by yacht so that he could side-step facing court over serious drug trafficking charges. Elizabeth Turner faced the District Court in Brisbane via video link from Townsville ...continue reading

The Penalty for Bitting a Police Officer While in Execution of Duty in NSW

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A 47-year-old man, who is disqualified from driving until March 2039, has allegedly bitten a police officer during his arrest after he was spotted by authorities driving unlawfully in Sydney’s west. The incident unfolded about 11:30am on Sunday 21 February 2021 when an officer from Georges River Traffic and ...continue reading

The Law on Money Laundering via Bitcoin

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A man from Sydney accused of running a criminal syndicate that laundered money via Bitcoin has been arrested after police allegedly discovered $1million worth of cash inside his car. About 5:30am on Monday 22 February 2021, cybercrime detectives from Strike Force Curns – which was set up in October ...continue reading

What Can Happen if you Do a Burnout While Drink-Driving in a Carpark Above a Police Station?

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A 42-year-old man who was allegedly drink-driving, has for reasons beyond human comprehension, decided to perform burnouts in a carpark above a police station in Adelaide’s CBD, and as one would expect, will now be facing court over the matter. Reports from South Australia Police reveal that at about ...continue reading

Man Arrested With Charges of Secretly Filming a Woman Showering

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A man in Nassau County in New York has been arrested after he was found to have set up a chair outside a bathroom window of a Valley Stream home where he recorded a woman showering. The New York Post reports that just before 10:15pm on Saturday 2 January ...continue reading

Texas Mother Performs Vicious Tackle to Stop Man Accused of Peeping into Her 15-Year-Old Daughter’s Bedroom

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   It was meant to be just an ordinary day for Texas mother, Phyllis Pena, when she left for her usual early morning trip to the shops earlier this year in January. But little did the mum realise she would return home to the shock of discovering a man peeping ...continue reading

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